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VMworld 2018 : First Timer

Here is the time for a recap from the 2018 VMworld edition, first time for me.
That was one of my greatest profesionnal opportunity.

How can i summary it ?
– Great Community
– Great partner
– Great party
– And AMAZING session / workshop.

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Homelab Upgrade : vSAN powered

vSAN is here from few years now, i already worked on it and i don’t take risk to say that’s a powerful technology.

I’m not really an expert on this topic and i want to go further, but as you may know, vSAN need “important” hardware. This solution, in my humble opinion, become nice to lab on it if you have at least SSDs and NICs dedicated to it.

NUC is for me one best solution to have your home lab, low footprint, low electrical consumption and really low noise, but you have drawback : my version is limited to 16 GB each and only one NIC adapter.

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VMware Flings : DRS Lens

VMware flings is website that i falled in love, years ago, you can find really interestring tools.

“DRS Lens” is one them, as many of VMware’s product, you simply have to deploy it trough an appliance.

Next, first step is to configure the IP address:

Next, you can go to the appliance web site, the address is https://ip_adress/drs/app

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My Experience with VCP7-DTM

Few months ago, i decided to renew my VCPs which were expiring on May 2018.

At this time i’m not really interested with other tracks like cloud management or network virtualization.
I’m already VCP6 DCV, so VCP7-DTM was the better choice, i think.

I previously passed the VCP6 DT, but the content in this new version changed a lot.
New products integration, new keys features, this certification was a real challenge for me.

The Blueprint :

This is your key ressource, everything you need to know about the exam, essentially topic included in the certification are in the blueprint.

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